Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Thai Burma Death Railway Bridge on the River Kwai Tour from Bangkok. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Our first tour. Gobsmacked and amazed at how well run and operated it was. Don't hesitate, just do it.
It was very good!
Excellent day trip and very knowledgeable guide, well worth doing if you have a spare day in Bangkok.
This is a must, loved it but also very sad to learn about the way they were treated building the bridge. We had a lovely lunch, and the trip up the river was amazing.
The whole day was brilliant. The tour guide was so knowledgeable and made sure we had all the information we needed, not just on the railway but at everything we could see from the coach. The trip itself was brilliant too, so much packed into the day. Definitely worthwhile doing.
Excellent trip. A very varied day, emotional, exciting and very varied. Excellent lunch.
This was an excellent day and very well run by our guide. Lunch was very nice.
I thoroughly enjoyed this trip. It was a long day, but there were many stops to alleviate the boredom. The guide's English wasn't so good, and it was difficult to hear her on the coach, so I was not sure of the instructions given most of the time.
Well worth a visit.
Very impressive, you're able to walk on the bridge and catch the train for a short trip. Quite informative and a must see destination.
I really enjoyed this tour and found the tour rep very professional and knowledgeable. The lunch was okay.
This was a good experience to see how these tracks were constructed and the time it must have taken to do by the prisoners. The surroundings were also very beautiful. The Cemetary was well maintained and was a real credit to the Thai Government.
We had a wonderful time on this tour as my husband LOVES trains. The few things that prevent me from making it a 5 star tour - 1. There are a couple of small museums that can be visited along this route which are not included in the tour. 2. There was an extra surcharge to have a small boat excursion to the bridge - it should really be part of the cost of the tour. 3. The lunch was the worst food we had in Thailand - while the location was beautiful, the food itself was a poorly done version of what Westerners may consider to be Thai food. Given Thailand's incredibly rich culinary tradition it is a shame to waste a meal while there.